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out of 14 in Enterprise SAN
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out of 14 in Enterprise SAN
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Overview
The IBM System Storage SAN48B-5 switch is designed to meet the demands of hyper-scale private or hybrid cloud storage environments by delivering Gen 5 Fibre Channel technology and capabilities with 16 Gbps performance that support highly virtualized environments. To enable greater flexibility and investment protection, SAN48B-5 is configurable up to 48 ports and supports speeds up to 16 Gbps in a designed 1U package.

The enterprise data storage market is changing at a rapid pace and organizations of all sizes are experiencing IT operational challenges. Businesses now need greater data collaboration, agility and cost efficiency to stay ahead of the competition. The right infrastructure allows clients to share information, secure transactions and drive real-time insights.

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CERN, Bigcommerce, Connect2Cloud, Genius Inside, Performance Buildings AG
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IBM SAN48B-5 is ranked 6th in Enterprise SAN while Lenovo Storage V Series is ranked 14th in Enterprise SAN. IBM SAN48B-5 is rated 0.0, while Lenovo Storage V Series is rated 0.0. On the other hand, IBM SAN48B-5 is most compared with IBM SAN384B, whereas Lenovo Storage V Series is most compared with .

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